a simple, customisable theme for your apache directory listing
What I need, is a web server handling static content, but with a GUI to fetch said content (for example, https://github.com/oupala/apaxy). It also need to handle PHP, NPM and ASP.NET projects... I'd also like to reuse my experience using these web servers in my job, or to add it to my resume as an extra skill.
FancyIndex Theme for Nginx same appearance of Apaxy for apache
Dosen't handle something similar to Apaxy (I found https://github.com/lfelipe1501/Nginxy, but after an afternoon of trying to make it work, it just dosen't.)
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